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Muhammad eliminated early

Johnette Howard recaps USA fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad's early exit in her historic debut at the 2016 Olympic games.

0:39

Fencing

Fencer uses world-class fake to fool opponent

During the first place match, a longsword fencer pulls off an amazing fake to help him land a solid strike against his opponent.

0:23

Fencing

Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic trailblazer

At the Summer Games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad became the first American to compete in a hijab. In her E:60 debut, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.

12:02

Fencing

Ibtihaj Muhammad, Olympic trailblazer

At the Summer Games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad will become the first American to compete in a hijab. In her E:60 debut, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.

6:51

Olympic Sports

Abby Wambach's fencing lesson with Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad

While filming her first feature as an E:60 reporter, U.S. soccer legend and two-time Olympic gold medalist Abby Wambach gets a fencing lesson from Team USA's Ibtihaj Muhammad.

1:36

Olympic Sports

Olympic fencer Muhammad ready to break stereotypes

With a simmering anti-Muslim sentiment brewing in the United States, Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is prepared to challenge stereotypes surrounding Muslim women, and will be the first U.S. athlete to compete wearing a hijab.

2:24

Medal Tracker

Total Medal Leaders
  • 121
    USA
  • 70
    CHN
  • 67
    GBR
  • Gold
    46
    USA
    GBR27
    CHN26
  • Silver
    37
    USA
    GBR23
    CHN18
  • Bronze
    38
    USA
    CHN26
    JPN21
Total Medal Leaders
  • 6
    Phelps
    Phelps
  • 5
    Ledecky
    Ledecky
  • 5
    Biles
    Biles
  • Gold
    5
    Phelps
    Phelps
    Ledecky4
    Biles4
  • Silver
    3
    Hammer
    Hammer
    Manuel2
    McKeon2
  • Bronze
    2
    Adrian
    Adrian
    Oleksiak2
    Chalmers2

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